Sweet journey of Sütiş has started with Mevlüt Kocadağ. Mevlüt Kocadağ is the grandson of Hacı Mehmet Ağa, who was famous for his cakes and pastries in Batum, Georgia in the 1850s and the son-in-law of Sütçü Ahmet, who was famous for his milky desserts at that time. Leaving the family business at a young age in 1953, Mevlüt Kocadağ established first Sütiş shop in Nişantaşı and laid the foundations of today’s Emirgan Sütiş brand. Sütiş had become one of the most famous milk pudding shops in Istanbul after its half-century long journey, after opening the Taksim Branch in addition to Nişantaşı branch in 1982. Sütiş neighbored the Bosporus by opening a branch in Emirgan in 1986 and then Sütiş had become “Emirgan Sütiş”; it has broken a new ground in the business with its distinctive concept created by offering a rich food menu and breakfast foods from its own farm in addition to the milky desserts. Emirgan Sütiş continues to give the people of Istanbul the sweetest memories for half a century with its traditional Turkish milky desserts prepared with buffalo and cow’s milk from its own farms.